In the project Boundaries the impossibility of tracing a definite map of the world and of reaching a univocal understanding of reality is carried to extremes and visualised through the multiple strips that make up each map. The strips are snapshots taken by different NASA satellites from 1972 to the present according to set orbits. It is not always possible to have two contiguous sections shot in the same day. So the maps are composed of series of images that were shot at a distance of a few days, several months, or even more than a year. Their meaning thus transcends the merely physical representation of a territory.